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The Spectacular Natural Artistry of the Surface of Mars: Photos

I admit it. I just cannot stop looking at the amazing array of wild wind-blown patterns which paint the surface of Mars. Forget terra-forming or mining the minerals, or growing edible goo in greenhouses next to squatting clusters of Mars-pods where someone will spend the rest of their days gazing out at the cold dry sea of pink red dust. Please, please, I am begging you: fly me over the Mars surface at about 150 miles up, and allow me to be an ever gawking space tourist transfixed by the endlessly shifting land patterns. The designer / artist in me cannot get enough of gazing in wonder at the natural geologic raw beauty of Mars. Continue reading

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